With just a week until the big day, President Donald Trump’s eldest son hawked some Trump-themed merchandise as gift ideas:
The likely tongue-in-cheek post did not go over well on Twitter, where many noted how receiving one of the items from their significant other would be “grounds for divorce.”
for those of you looking to get divorced this Valentine’s day
If I was to give someone I love these items, it is grounds for a breakup or divorce!
— Richard Skipper (@RichardSkipper) February 7, 2018
I would be HIGHLY upset to receive this for Valentines Day? Valentine’s Day is not the day to buy a stuffed bear dressed in a trump robe sitting on a plane?Now how is a bear on a plane romantic ?don’t buy this unless you are buying your special person a plane???
— Jen (@jrt80) February 8, 2018
So you’re saying a teddy bear wearing a bathrobe sitting on a Trump airplane is a good Valentine’s Day gift? I’m guessing you don’t get laid.
— Joe Ranft (@jranft) February 7, 2018
If this bear was real, you would shoot it and give it as a trophy to your wife for Valentine’s Day. But, since he is stuffed, you just want the profit for your defense fund.
— Tracie (@traciemac_Bmore) February 8, 2018
The bear has to ride on top of the plane because he’s dark-skinned.
— Dave Matt (@davematt88) February 7, 2018
I don’t know one woman that would be happy to get this as a present. In fact, this cheaply over-sea made bear would be grounds for divorce. #TrumpProductsAreUnAmerican
— ? LuLu ? (@LaciLou77) February 7, 2018
While you’re at it, treat her to some Trump steaks also. ?
— Pam Draper (@PamelaDraper) February 8, 2018
A teddy bear* in a bathrobe spread eagle on a toy airplane with your father’s name on it?!?! ? Jesus, God, just no. Roses are fine. Thanks!
*Likely both made in China
— Kimber (@ShePersisted421) February 8, 2018